SIM4u has its Boeing B737-800W simulator FNPT II MCC in LFT - Lufthansa Flight Training – Center Berlin installed. In cooperation with the manufacturer MPS the team of SIM4u performed the conceptual design, the construction and subsequent transport from the Netherlands to Berlin. The still outstanding qualification of the Federal Aviation Authority (LBA) allows the subsequent use in many areas of the pilot training. With this latest technology future customers - pilots, flight schools and airlines - from the first day a realistic training environment will be offered.
The established training technique is a modern and highly functional fixed-base simulator, which is technically closely aligned with the full-flight simulator. To achieve an accurate picture of the flight the simulator was fitted with an official Boeing 737NG Flight Dynamics model. The dimensions of the Boeing 737NG cockpit are extremely scale. In the design by the manufacturer, many original parts have been used, such as AVOX-EROS oxygen masks, seats, control column and thrust lever.
During training, pilots will appreciate the 200° panoramic view. In collaboration with LIDO real navi-gation data are used, e.g. to optimize training for instrument flight. To ensure the instructor´s professionalism the fixed-base simulator has an interface which allows easy and fast access to diverse technical environments settings, positions, heights and error situations.
Through an aircraft-realistic simulation of the systems and procedures in the cockpit, the training receives a unique interactivity. "With the B737-800W FNPT II MCC, we provide our customers with a professional technique to the side that allows them prospective and active pilots prepare perfectly for the cockpit," said Oliver Thiemke, SIM4u CEO.
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